Peninsula Athletic Association 8502 Skansie Ave, Gig Harbor, WA98332 Peninsula Athletic Association was formed more than 50 years ago by individuals interested in providing sports…More opportunities for children in the Gig Harbor and Key Peninsula areas. PAA provides youth sports for grades kindergarten to twelve. It is open to both boys and girls and offers basketball, baseball and soccer. Participation and equal playing time is encouraged and supported by the Association, coaches and parents.
Big 5 Sporting Goods 11010 Harbor Hill Dr NW, Gig Harbor, WA98332 Located in Gig Harbor North, Big 5 Sporting Goods is the largest retailer of name-brand sporting goods and accessories…More in the western United States. Here you can find roller skates and ping pong tables, as well as a selection of sunglasses and swimsuits and golf, basketball, football, baseball and fitness supplies.
Kenneth Leo Marvin Veterans Memorial Park 3580 50th Street Ct NW, Gig Harbor, WA98335 The city of Gig Harbor celebrated an addition to community parks with a ribbon cutting ceremony in May 2009. The Kenneth…More Leo Marvin Veterans Memorial Park was named after a local Marine who served in World War II. Marvin served almost four years in a prisoner-of-war camp in Japan before returning to Gig Harbor to raise a family. The granite statue, Veterans Monument, honors servicemen and women who have served in WWI and WWII. The facility has a baseball and a soccer field with bleachers. The KLM Park also has a bike rack, drinking fountain, a playground and trails.
Arletta Store 3520 Ray Nash Dr NW, Gig Harbor, WA98335 Arletta Stone was originally founded in 1903, built at its current location in 1947 and purchased in 1970 by…More the parents of Bob Iversen. Owned and operated since 1987 by Bob and Becky Iversen, the Arletta Store epitomizes the neighborhood market. The store features locally raised beef, a great selection of beer and wine and ethanol-free gasoline. It even has milk crates full of tennis balls, baseballs, bats and mitts on loan for the neighborhood kids who use them across the street at the small ball field.
City Park at Crescent Creek has a lot to offer, including a baseball field, tennis courts and a half-court basketball…More area. The park is located off Vernhardsen Street, just past Crescent Creek. This park has a large area for parking, an up-to-date playground, an open green grass play area and several trails following the creek.</p>
<p>The park also offers bathrooms, five picnic tables, three barbecues, a covered pavilion with a wood stove and sink with running water (all facilities are first-come, first-served). In addition, the creek area has interactive educational signs and wooden deck viewing areas to look at the vast wildlife the area has to offer. The upper area with the ballpark and tennis courts has a trail that leads to the BMX park and the sand volleyball area.</p>